Should the WFISD school bond pass, Wichita Falls High School and Rider would consolidate, two schools, known for a long standing rivalry. The rivalry is enough for some voters to say no to the bond.
Dozens of people in Wchita Falls are joining in an organized effort to defeat the WFISD bond proposal, and now they are speaking out on the reasons they think you should vote no.
The four Wichita Falls school district board of trustee at large candidates are taking a stand on the bond proposal. Two of the them support passage, and two oppose it.
The WFISD will be holding a district informational town hall meeting to inform the public about the 2014 bond.
The Wichita Falls ISD bond election will now be handled by Wichita County.
WFISD students are back to the books after a week off for spring break. But, there's been no rest for a group working to educate the community about the WFISD bond proposal.
WFISD schools will start two hours late Monday, March 3.
Wednesday our Facebook page was flooded with comments from you regarding the Wichita Falls ISD bond proposal, and why right now you'd vote no on the bond.
WFISD school board voted to approve the $125 million bond proposal set to be voted on by citizens in May.
Wichita Falls school board estimates its bond proposal to be $125 million dollars to create the latest and greatest education facilities for its students.
Wichita Falls School Board hopes to create a visual image to show voters the high school concept they are planning a bond proposal for.
An official bond proposal is one step closer as Wichita Falls school board members discuss the location of a possible career and technology education center.
The WFISD school board is narrowing its scope, and will move forward with a plan that includes two comprehensive high schools and a career and technology center, to propose in a bond for the may election.
For students across Texoma it was another snow day or late start because of the winter weather.
Three bond proposal recommendations, created by the WFISD's community facilities action team or CFAT will be presented to the school board Tuesday.
Substitute teachers are often in short supply at the middle of the school year for a variety of reasons and it can be a challenge finding enough subs for all the classrooms.
A new name and dress code is how one Wichita Falls school hopes to promote a more positive academic persona.
Next school year two Wichita Falls schools will consolidate and now a name is need for the new facility.
Concern Citizens for Wichita Falls recommends major changes in the school district that may not be what many envisioned.
Many schools and businesses across Texoma made their closing and schedule change decision before the storm arrived, anticipating the worse.
WFISD has cancelled school for Thursday, December 5th.
A school project for Wichita Falls art students will soon spread some Christmas cheer to hundreds of clients of The Kitchen.
The first evaluation period is complete for a new WFISD reading program and the scores are tasting good.
Several teachers in the Wichita Falls ISD were in for a big surprise shortly after arriving to work.
At Memorial Stadium students learned a little history on Veterans Day. Honoring those who have served, as some of those students prepare to do the same.
Zundy and Barwise won't be consolidated into the Barwise location until next fall, but the new combined junior high already has a principal.
Police are involving a crash between a Wichita Falls school bus and van
The WFISD school board has voted to consolidate Alamo and Sam Houston Elementary and Zundy and Barwise Junior High.
Parents and WFISD district officials will meet again Tuesday night to discuss the proposed plan to consolidate several Wichita Falls schools.
Consolidation of several WDISD schools is on the minds of concerned parents and residents. The plan involves consolidating Alamo and Sam Houston elementary schools.
The WFISD launched a new program called "Read 2 Learn."
Taxpayers are weighing in on a bond proposal the Wichita Falls school board is drafting for its schools.
The beginnings of a school bond is drafted at the WFISD school board work session.
Concerned parents are banding together in protest after Wichita Falls Independent School District announced a proposal to consolidate several of its schools.
WFISD is launching a new reading program to help make sure students are reading at their grade level by the end of third grade and they need your help to make sure it's a success.
It appears the long talked about consolidation of some WFISD schools may be getting closer to reality.
The WFISD is discussing consolidating several Wichita Falls schools to increase efficiency.
Lori Pitts, a fourth grade teacher at West Foundation Elementary School, is the regional finalist for the Texas Teacher of the Year award.
Wichita Falls school officials say on Monday, McNiel Junior High Principal James McBride, was placed on administrative leave with pay.
This week marked the first week back to school for many students in Texoma.